Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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2. The Bill for Bakers of Yorke.
Lady Jane Grey.
1. The Bill for Writings made in the Time of the usurping late Queen Jane, called Jane Grey.
1. the Bill for Confirmation of divers Letters Patents, notwithstanding Misnaming, Misrecital, &c.
L. 2. The Restitution in Blood of Thomas Howard, Son to the late Earl of Surrey.
Divine Service, &c.
2. The Bill to repeal divers Acts touching Divine Service, Marriage of Priests, &c.
Henry Harwood, the Servant to Sir T. Cheynye, Knight of Kent, hath Privilege against the Attachment of Hugh Floyde.